I am not sure how long this will stay – it is well worth the 29 mins spent listening and then go to the version below and be transported to another reality: I have 15 different recordings (obsession – no… I just love music that can make one stop & listen without distraction) my excuse anyway 🙂
The extended ‘C’ is delightful and without strain or vibrato in the version below.
7 thoughts on “A Diversion: The Tallis Scholars – Allegri Miserere.”
A wonderful diversion – indeed.
I love The Tallis Scholars work, very up-lifting and some of their music is almost magical…..
Excellent contribution! I didn’t know about Mozart but then I thought, who else would it be?!!!! Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Orlando di Lasso are some of my favorite musicians. I seriously doubt that music has evolved much since then, has it?! 🙂
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Beautiful – thank you.
It’s sublime. 🙂